Product Number : 53637
By Lori Lite
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For children ages 6-12. This beautiful story teaches children how to use visualizations to relax, calm down, and lower stress. A sea child and a turtle take children on a relaxing bubble ride through the ocean. Children visualize filling and relaxing their mind and body with the colors of the rainbow.
Visualization, also known as creative imagery, can lower stress and anxiety levels. Visualizing is the ability to form a mental image or use your imagination. Visualization can have a positive impact on your child's overall health, creativity and performance. Creative imagery is also used to help patients heal faster with less pain, and has been considered a healing tool in virtually all of the world's cultures. The length of this story makes it ideal for older children or children with longer attention spans.
Note to Parent: Children are intrigued with both rainbows and bubbles. The colorful soothing experience of this story is so enjoyable, that you and your child will want to read it over and over again. Every child has a different emotional maturity, attention span and need. While the story is best suited for children ages 6-12, you know your child best. This is not about reading levels, this is about the actual techniques.
32 pages, 8.5 x 8.5 x .1 inches, color illustrations, paperback.
About the Author: Lori Lite is a pioneer in the field of children's stress management, dedicating her life to helping families reduce stress, anxiety, and anger. Lori astounded the medical community by incorporating research-based, stress reducing techniques into a storytelling format. After helping her own children, Lori understood that her mission was to help other parents and children struggling with stress and self-esteem issues. Lori created Stress Free Kids and a line of books, CDs, and lesson plans designed to help children, teens, and adults decrease stress, anxiety, and anger. Her work is considered a resource for parents, psychologists, therapists, child life specialists, teachers, doctors, counselors, and yoga instructors.
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